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Bryce Point Trail is a 0.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Bryce, Utah that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until November.

Length 0.2 mi Elevation gain 26 ft Route type Out & Back
Wheelchair friendly Kid friendly Stroller friendly Nature trips Walking Bird watching Paved Views Wildlife No dogs
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Note: This trail may be closed in the winter due to snow and ice. For more information, please see https://www.nps.gov/brca/planyourvisit/conditions.htm This short, family-friendly trail goes to a viewpoint with beautiful views of the Canyon near the amphitheater. Accessibility: The trail surface is paved and typically at least five feet wide plus there is a wheelchair ramp section with handrails. The grade is over 15% in several areas so it may be too steep for manual wheelchairs or strollers without assistance. The average grade is 8%.

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JTW .
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Amazing. Can’t believe such a place exist. Bring at least 2L water.

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Christy Schoeller
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Excellent trail. If you only have a day in Bryce Canyon this is the trail to do. It provides some of the best views of the entire park and even a better view of Bryce Amphitheatre. There is steep elevation changes throughout the entire trail so hiking poles recommended if you have bad knees. Lots of horse dung on the trail watch your step. Lastly if you are scared of heights this may not be a great trail for you. Narrow pathways ranging from 5-6 feet width and steep drop offs below about 2/3 of the trails.

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Jason Puckett
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Super day. Started at Bryce Canyon on the rim trail, hit Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point. Took one side of Navajo trail and hit the Queen’s Garden trail to Sunrise Point.

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Sophia Montalvan
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Very easy, all paved. There’s a small section that’s off trail where you can get beautiful views. Also very easy, just not paved.

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Borjita LLorente
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Veronica Belmont
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Andy Kockler
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Several trails. amazing.

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Leigh Files
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Beautiful day for a fabulous hike. Mid to upper 60s and a little shade and breeze on our way back. The trail is in great shape with just a few slightly narrow ledges. Hat shop was worth the wait (from all angles). We actually hiked a little further than intended (to Yellow Creek camp). It was beautiful, shady and cool!

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katrina ratliff
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David Zuniga
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Not crowded at this time. Looks overcast but perfect weather for a hike

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Marisa Ruch
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Nice and easy with an amazing view!

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Christina Merwin
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Erik Thomas
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Amazing views!

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Nneka Anuligo
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Lovely!! I walked from Fairyland point back to the visitors center. With some detours along the way, I started from Bryce Point and made it to the end, did 9 miles in a little over 4 hours. The only crowded part of this hike was between sunset and sunrise points. Great views.

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Zach Phelan
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Great trails with stunning views. Not too difficult, dangerous, or far. But far enough out that you definitely feel away from the crowds and into nature.

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Fatima Gonzalez
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Been here twice and the first time has been just as beautiful. I had the opportunity to do stargazing if you ever have the chance please do. Attach a picture but it isn’t the greatest

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Lily H
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Easy walk from the parking lot and gorgeous view for sunrise and sunset! Definitely don’t miss this point!

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Matthew Sieg
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Great view, quick little walk. Take the time get away from the parking lot, you will love the view of all the hoodoos in the canyon.

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Alistair Kilpatrick
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Billy Myers
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Awesome

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Crystal Ludwick
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Amazing to see at sunset, so it’s not too hot. Totally worth the almost 6 miles or so, the views are stunning!

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Matthew Graham
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Breathtaking view of the Canyon

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Alyson G
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Lots of reviews here for other trails, I think people are confusing this one with the Peek-a-boo trail :) This is the short paved path from the Bryce Point parking area to the viewpoint overlooking the Bryce Amphitheatre area. The trail is accessible - it is paved and has a lower grade wheelchair ramp section with handrails, but there is some loose gravel on the pavement that could be slippery. Gorgeous views and worth the trip out to Bryce Point!

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AllTrails User
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Awesome trail. Very different from Navajo and Queen’s garden. Some shade. The tunnels provide a good breeze along the way. Hope to return to take the loop in the other direction. The hike back up to Bryce point at the end makes it a bit more challenging than the other trails.

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Ryan Trentham
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amazing views

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Daniel James
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Haven’t seen the whole park, but best overall view of the amphitheater-especially “wall of windows” and “Wall Street.”

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Dylan Chandler
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If you’re not used to the elevation it’s a little tough, but other than that it’s not very hard. Beautiful views!!

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Steel Murphy
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Elissa Klein
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Great views, go in the early morning when it’s cool and you’ll have the trail to yourself! Lots of horse poop though :/

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Lukas Schaufler
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Worth every minute of it but don’t underestimate the sun and steep inclines.

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